1. Codes of ethics in human research, developed partly as a result of the atrocities of the mid-20th century, continue to be refined. The dictionary definitions of moral and ethics suggest that the meanings of these terms can and will change, and the evolving codes support this idea. Yet codes of ethics are based on some universal theories and values theories. Discuss why, despite the universality of these theories, the codes continue to evolve
2. You have an idea for an EBP project that your hospital has approved regarding the fall rates of pediatric patients on your unit. Discuss the ethics involved with this particular population. How would you incorporate ethics in the data collection, analysis, and report of the project?